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  1. Há 5 dias · Baronetcies. This is a list of the present and extant Barons ( Lords of Parliament, in Scottish terms) in the Peerages of England, Scotland, Great Britain, Ireland, and the United Kingdom.

  2. Há 2 dias · General Sir David Baird, 1st Baronet (1757–1829), Commander-in-Chief, Ireland; General Sir Douglas Baird (1877—1963), GOC Eastern Command (India) Brigadier-General Ned Baird (1864—1956), Commanding Officer, 179th (2/4th London) Brigade; Lieutenant-General Sir James Baird (1915—2007), Director General Army Medical Services

  3. 27 de nov. de 2023 · Upon the death of his younger brother the Reverend Sir John Every, the seventh baronet, in 1779, the elder branch became extinct, and the title devolved to Mr. Edward Every, then of Derby, being the fourth in descent from Francis, third son of Sir Simon, the first baronet, which Francis was buried at Egginton in 1708; his son, Sir Henry, is the present baronet.

  4. 1 de dez. de 2023 · Footnotes Baronets. Prideaux, of Netherton, 1622. — This ancient family was originally of Prideaux castle, in Cornwall. A younger branch settled at Orchardton, in the parish of Modbury, in this county, in the reign of Henry III. The elder line of the Orchardton branch became extinct in the reign of Queen Elizabeth.

  5. 28 de nov. de 2023 · THE degree of baronet was instituted in 1611, in the 9th year of king James I. as a means of raising money for the security of a plantation in the province of Ulster, in the kingdom of Ireland.

  6. 28 de nov. de 2023 · He was created a baronet in 1642, in which year he was sheriff for the county. By his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Sir Rowland St. John and sister of three successive Lords St. John of Bletsoe, he had two sons—Thomas, who predeceased him, and Rowland, who together with his father made a settlement of the manor in 1674.

  7. 29 de nov. de 2023 · Marriage and Children: David Seton married circa 1590 Mary Gray, daughter of Patrick Gray, 5th Lord Gray and Barbara Ruthven. Their children included: George Seton of Parbroath, who married Jean Sinclair. John Seton, who emigrated to the Virginia Colony in 1635. Margaret Seton, who married John Scrimgeour, a son of James Scrimgeour of Dudhope ...